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The Dominant 20

Most dominant athlete of 2018: Simone Biles

This was the year that the greatest gymnast of all time showed that not a damn thing will ever stand in her way.

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Biles finding her voice after dominant 2018

Gymnast Simone Biles joins "Good Morning America" to reflect on her amazing year and gracing the cover of ESPN The Magazine's Dominant 20 issue.


Dominant 20: The Conversation with Katie Ledecky

The Olympian tells espnW's Allison Glock how she went from swimming at the local pool as a way to meet friends to repeatedly smashing world records.

Team Sky Fallout

Froome surprised with Team Sky's loss of sponsorship

Four-time Tour de France champion Chris Froome admits he was surprised to see Team Sky lose its main sponsor.


Thomas: Team Sky losing sponsorship isn't the end

Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas believes Team Sky will remain united even after their title sponsor withdraws at the end of 2019.


Women's World Cup

The pressure is on for Women's World Cup host, France

Of course, like all of France, head coach Corinne Diacre would like to see Les Bleus finish as champions. But she's taking it one game at a time.

Women's World Cup: Favorable draw for U.S.

The United States will be favorites to lift a record fourth Women's World Cup following the draw for next year's tournament.

Morgan named U.S. Soccer's top female player

Alex Morgan, whose 18 goals led the U.S. national team to an 18-0-2 record and a spot in next year's FIFA Women's World Cup, was named U.S. Soccer Female Player of the Year.

In the news

USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

USA Gymnastics, saying it is trying to reach settlements in sexual abuse lawsuits and forestall its potential demise at the hands of the USOC, has filed for bankruptcy.

Federation OKs project to protect gymnasts

The International Gymnastics Federation has approved a $2 million project to safeguard athletes as a response to the Larry Nassar sexual abuse cases.

FAQ: MSU's termination of the survivors' Healing Assistance Fund

Michigan State said it's closing its Healing Assistance Fund, created to provide financial help for counseling and mental health services for Larry Nassar survivors. What happened?

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